Release Notes: Support for new tags was added. A lot of refactoring and cleanups.
Release Notes: This release removes trailing spaces (with a test). It has been converted from using Moose to using Mouse, which makes startup time and run-time faster (the test suite runs over twice as fast). The link to the repository in the META.yml/META.json has been updated.
Release Notes: This release adds some unit tests for the line iterator. It adds "use autodie" to the modules with open calls.
Release Notes: The <programlisting> and <blockquote> tags were added. Whitespace is properly handled after a closing tag in the Fiction-Text proto-text. The handling of entities in Fiction-Text and on the start of lines was fixed.
Release Notes: Support was added for the <a /> tag. Support was added for numeric entities. Support for <ol>, <li>, and <ul> was added to Fiction-Text and Fiction-XML. A stylesheet was added to convert Screenplay-XML to TEI-XML (= Text Encoding Initiative). The <!DOCTYPE .... > declaration in the Screenplay-XML output was removed. A base class was created for the XSLT based converters.
Release Notes: The handling of a colon (":") inside a top-level description in XML-Grammar-Screenplay was fixed. The handling of an innerdesc on the start of a line in the middle of a paragraph was fixed. Support was added for <i> tags in XML-Grammar-Screenplay.
Release Notes: XML-Grammar-Screenplay was integrated into the distribution for code sharing and reuse. The screenplay parser was converted to be iterative. Several base classes were created to abstract common functionality.
Release Notes: Several improvements were made to the code's internals and automated test suite. Refactoring was done. The external behavior of the code should remain the same, but there may have been a few accidental fixes.
Release Notes: This is the first release. Very basic functionality and bugs should be expected. The code was spun-off from XML-Grammar-Screenplay.